Catholic High whips Rummel on lanes
As one of the better teams in the state, Catholic High came to Kenner and showed its mettle Monday afternoon in a solid 21-6 win over Archbishop Rummel at AMF All-Star Lanes.
The Bears established superiority immediately, winning game one 8-0 as the Bears shot 1,257.
Philip O’ Neill fired a 244 game, Easton Hollis had a 224, Brian Dinh shot 215 and Cameron Vicknair had a 212 game. James Brock added a solid 190 game and Adam Crosby finished with a 172. Josh Bares was best for the Raiders with a 185 game.
Rummel improved in game two, tying Catholic 4-4.
Quin Cadella fired a 213 game while Ruben Gendron had a 184 for the Raiders. Dinh came up big with a 258 game while Crosby shot 213 for the Bears.
Catholic wrapped up the victory with a 6-2 win in game three.
Dinh finished off a big 689 series with a 216 game, Hollis had a 215 game to complete a 622 series, Crosby shot 203 to complete a 588 series and O’Neill had a 190 to finish off a 610 series. Luke Hightower was best for Rummel (2-1) with a 183 game.
Cadella finished with a 536 series for the Raiders while Bardwell shot 532.
Rummel returns to action Thursday against Salmen at Bowling USA in Slidell.
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